To write about your business is to stay interested in your business.
So if you’re on the fence about what to:
Write on your website
Email your subscribers
Or post on social media
Check in with yourself:
Do these words support the change I think my business can offer the world?
To the best of your ability
Given only what you feel in the moment
And the limited time that you have
With compassion for yourself
And a full and free heart to your prospects
P.S. Sure, you may feel a tinge of regret (or relief! or excitement!) afterward. Regardless of how you feel, the fastest way to build resilience is to send the next post. You need to experience that, your heart needs to feel that and your reader is waiting to see that.
P.P.S. Today’s post inspired by subscriber Frank Grindrod’s response to yesterday’s Daily Email (shared with permission):
Great email! I appreciate getting them. So inspiring to see your consistency of writing
Hope you’re well
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